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Draft 2010 Applicant Briefing Presented by: State PAC Florida Division of Emergency Management DR XXX The Disaster Name.

Draft 2010 Applicant Briefing Presented by: State PAC Florida Division of Emergency Management DR XXX The Disaster Name After the Disaster What Happens Next? The Public Assistance Process PDA Disaster Event Governor’s Request Declaration Applicants’ Briefing Submission of Request Kick-off Meeting Formulation of Projects Project Review Grantee Approval Funding Sub-Grantee Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA)  FEMA, State, and local government representatives conduct a joint PDA/

Disaster Recovery https://store.theartofservice.com/the-disaster-recovery-toolkit.html.

of the organization’s environment. An auditor examined the mission statement to determine the objectives, priorities, and goals of the disaster recovery plan. https://store.theartofservice.com/the-disaster-recovery-toolkit.html Disaster recovery and business continuity auditing - The DR committee and auditor A good disaster recovery plan project manager is often someone who has good leadership abilities, strong knowledge of company business, strong knowledge of/

National Disaster System & Laws in Pakistan

programmes in the field of disaster management Extend such support to other countries affected by major disaster as it may deem appropriate 23 Organization Structure Chairman Staff Officer Strategic Plan Unit Member Disaster Risk Reduction Member Operations Member Support & Services Disaster Risk Reduction-1 Response Coordination and Information Management Disaster Risk Reduction-2 Recovery & Re-habitation IT Sectoral Specialists Logistic Admin & Procurement Project Units National Operation Center Finance/

EXAMPLE Core Planning Team (CPT) Pre-Workshop Conference “Caring for Elders During Disasters” Photo courtesy of The Baton Rouge Advocate / 2005.

Area Agency on Aging of Pinellas & Pasco ◦ Amber Boulding, Public Health Preparedness Manager Florida Department of Health - Pinellas County Project Team ◦ Ray Runo, Project Director Disasters, Strategies, & Ideas Group (DSI) ◦ Robin Bleier, President RB Health Partners ◦ April Henkel, Project Manager Florida Health Care Association CPT Partners 2 Meeting Purpose Provide an overview of the project Define the purpose & role of the Core Planning Team Review the Community/


April 7, 2015 Workshop 3: Documentation and Closeout April 16, 2015 Capital Area Council of Governments2 Agenda Introductions Purpose FEMA Public Assistance Disaster Debris News Debris Preparedness and Immediate Response Operations Roles and Responsibilities Long-Term Debris Management and Recovery Operations Project Spotlight – Bastrop County, TX Capital Area Council of Governments3 Introductions and Purpose Part 1: Introductions and Purpose Welcome Introductions Name Agency/

Conference on “Working Together for Disaster Risk Reduction” Islamabad, (8 th October 2009) Mainstreaming of Disaster Risk Reduction.

) ASEAN Regional Program on Disaster Management (ARPDM) SAARC DM Framework SAARC DM Framework Conference on “Working Together for Disaster Risk Reduction” Islamabad, (8 th October 2009) RCC MDRD Phase I (2004-2007) Program Components Component 1: Developing Guidelines and Tools for MDRD (Developed Guidelines on School curriculum, Agriculture, Hospital Preparedness) Component 2: Undertaking Priority Implementation Projects (PIP) in MDRD in RCC Member Countries Component/

Disaster Recovery Brock Long, MPA 99’ Vice President, Hagerty Consulting September 6, 2013 Issues & Considerations.

Grant Program (Most significant source of funding for mitigation activities)  FEMA Community Disaster Loan (Established by PKEMRA)  Small Business Administration  HUD Disaster Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery HAGERTY CONSULTING Recovery Is Complex – NYC Sandy Project HAGERTY CONSULTING Pre-Event Considerations To Improve Recovery  Hire professional emergency managers  Don’t wait for disaster to strike before you meet your county/city EMA  Conduct training and exercises/

March 16, 2015 MEETBdDREN 2015 MEETBdDREN 2015 Dhaka University Disaster Management Initiatives in Bangladesh Mehedi Ahmed Ansary Professor Department.

of Bramhaputra river basin (coordinated with similar work in India and Nepal). Regular community Based Disaster risk Management Project. DIPECHO funded Community Based Disaster Risk Management Project. UNDP and DFID funded rehabilitation project-flood 2004. ECHO funded response and recovery project- flood 2004. (d) CARE · CARE Bangladesh has just completed a 5 year phase disaster management activities (October 1999 - September 2004) including preparedness and responses under integrated Food Security Program/

Pacific Disaster Center 590 Lipoa Parkway, Suite 259 Kihei, Maui, Hawaii 96753 Building Researcher-Practitioner-Stakeholder Coalitions:

of Phil 8) Media Building Researcher-Practitioner-Stakeholder Coalitions via Project Organization Examples of Researcher-Practitioner-Stakeholder Coalitions 1.FEMA Higher Education Project 2.USGS Science Impact Program 3.Earthquakes and Megacities Initiative FEMA Higher Education Project Researcher-Practitioner Coalition Sri Lanka –Dr. Kapila Dahanayake, University of Peradeniya –Developing Masters Degree Program in Disaster Management –PDC desire to create a FEMA Hi Ed Coalition Provide/

1 ALTERNATIVE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS: ODPEM AND ICT Ronald Jackson Director General (Actg.) Office of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management Ronald.

at risk Allows for appropriate planning measures to be put in place 11 Importance of Communication In Disaster Management? Short Term Early Warning Pre-impact activities Evacuation Long Term Land use Planning Building Community Resilience / financing for the clearing of debris to minimize the impacts of flood events Attracted environmental projects supporting flood disaster mitigation Cave River Community Flood Warning System Community ownership and interest, community participation despite political/

Senior Strategic Planning Officer

) Drought Monitoring Centre in Harare RAFK0698 (2000-2002) Meteorological & Hydrological contributions to natural disaster preparedness & management in Southern Africa KEN/USAID/FIT (2001/2002) Improving meteorological observations through utilization of HAM radio operators in Kenya Technical Cooperation Projects OMM WMO Technical Cooperation Projects List of Ongoing Projects Cont… Country/Region Project Indicator Project Title Central and Western Africa (CWA) CWA Trust Fund Chad CHD/FIT/SUISSE Application/

Session 13 The Principles of Emergency Management in Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs)

. In seeking candidates for Reserve positions, we are looking for individuals with disaster response experience coupled with skills in leadership, administration and management, strategic thinking, mentoring, problem solving and project management. NGO Professionalization . “Reserves are employees of the Red Cross who are paid while working on disaster operations and on specific non-disaster assignments. “Reserves are required to be available at least 6 months per year/

Veterinary Disaster Management

/ Why do vets need to learn about disaster management? 1 Before we talk about veterinary disaster management, it is useful to clarify why vets need/disaster management. We have seen, briefly, how you would proceed in response to a disaster, and where you might get specialised training. We now need to look at your role in reducing the risk from disasters, and preparing for them. Vet’s role in risk reduction: nationally Veterinary Emergency Response Units/ Animal Response Teams Community-based projects/

FEMA Mitigation Opportunities Colorado Rural Electric Association, Loss Control Seminar, July 13, 2010 Mitigation Team Division of Emergency Management.

Comply with Environmental Laws/Regulations Typical Examples of Eligible Mitigation Projects  Small Flood Control Projects  Safe Rooms/Tornado Shelters  Wildfire Fuels Reduction Projects  Acquisition/Demolition of property in areas prone to natural / (and corresponding objectives)  Based on risk assessments – Capabilities Assessment  Discussion of pre and post-disaster management policies, programs and capabilities to mitigate hazards – Evaluation of laws, regulations, policies and programs related to/


.Water Supply in Relief Camps; 13.Medical Cover in Relief Camps; 14.Role of NGOs in Disaster Management; 15.Training and Capacity Building of Civil Defence and Sister Organizations. Other Reports Prepared 41 Mainstreaming Disaster Management into Developmental Plans 42 Mainstreaming DM into Developmental Plans 1.All new Projects/ Programmes to mandatorily have DM resilience features inbuilt at the time of conceptualization. 2.Planning Commission/

Presented by: NDRRMC Secretariat National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Plan (NDRRMP) 2011-2018.

1.1 Progress of Implementation Framework (NDRRM Framework) 1.2 Related National Plans and Policies 2. The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Plan (NDRRM Plan) 2.1 NDRRMP Thematic Areas including the goal, objectives and outcomes 2.1 NDRRMP Priority Programs and Projects 3. Implementation of the NDRRM Plan 3.1 Implementation Strategies 3.2 Implementation Mechanisms 3.3 Resource Mobilization 3/

EU research policy on information and communication technologies for disaster risk reduction Dr. Karen P. FABBRI ICT for the Environment, DG INFSO European.

Center, Thailand. United Nations Environment Programme, France. National Disaster Warning Center International Affairs, Thailand. National Coordinating Council for Disaster Management, Indonesia. Meteorological and Geophysical Agency BANA, Indonesia. Engineering Ingegneria Informatica S.p.A., Italy. Ministry of Disaster Management & Human Rights and Disaster Management Centre, Sri Lanka. WIN Wide Area Network FP6 project: 15 partners, coord. Alcatel Space (FR) – ongoing until Aug. 2007 Objective/

Workshop on Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change Adaptation Washington DC, September 2010 The What, Where, and How of Climate Change Information.

Studies INGC Phase II Africa ADAPT Vulnerabilit y Reduction Living with drought - Chicualacuala UNDP project PPCR – World Bank Zambezi Basin Initiative Disaster Preparedness More Projects. NameArea of WorkProjects Governmental INGC National Disaster Management Institute Phase I and Phase II study, 4 pilot projects on vulnerability reduction MICOA Ministry of the EnvironmentCoastal Zone management SETSAN SETSAN is responsible for implementing Mozambique’s Food Security and Nutrition Strategy (ESAN/

1 IT and Telecom Sector Analysis. 2 Overall Project Objectives Adopt a baseline of NYC economic forecasts prior to September 11 Assess economic impact.

temporary increase in spending in certain technology subsectors  In addition, somewhat more persistent factors (e.g., increased concerns over security, redundancy, and disaster recovery) will drive longer-term increased spending  Spending on smaller, more forward-looking projects may increase as management time is redirected from enterprisewide application upgrades/installations  However, the increasingly uncertain environment created by the events will translate into a deceleration/

PROGRESS ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE AADMER Meeting of the ISDR Asia Partnership 29-31 March 2011, Jakarta ADELINA KAMAL Head, Disaster Management and.

-building for Community-based DRR Setting up of Mechanisms for Risk Financing 4. Recovery Production of a Disaster Recovery Toolbox 5. Outreach & Mainstreaming Building a culture of disaster-resilience in ASEAN, including through the ASEAN Day for Disaster Management (ADDM) Flagship Projects 2010-2012 6. Training and Knowledge Management Systems Identifying priority training needs Training of ASEAN Trainers and Subject Matter Experts for AADMER Setting up/

CITY OF CAPE TOWN Municipal Disaster Risk Management Framework Presented by: Greg Pillay Date: Tuesday, 13 June 2006.

data relating to all funding matters (e.g. OPEX, CAPEX, Projects, etc.); Management of a Disaster Relief Fund; Enabler 1: Information Management & Communication 4.Information Management & Communication Support for KPAs and Enablers 4.7Key Performance Indicators For evaluating the information management and communication system must cover the following areas: Integrated institutional capacity; Disaster risk assessment; Disaster risk reduction programmes and plans; Response and recovery; Education, training/

UNDP CIRDA Country Program Managers Workshop 25-27 August 2015 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Reports from Strengthening National Climate Information/ Early Warning.

,000 Clim. Chang. Depart.  ++ Climate info focus + 1 staff + USD 20,000 Hum. NGO  ++ Disaster warning focus + 2 staffs Disaster Manag. Agency  +++ Disaster warning focus + 3 staffs + USD 20,000 Ocean Institute  +++ Oceano focus + 3 staffs + USD 26,200 Met Office  ++++ Meteo focus + 4 staffs + USD 50,000 Water Depart.  +++++ Project Management + hydro focus + 6 staffs + USD 130,000 UNDP-GEF (Technical and financial support) Final/

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (REVISED) William L. Waugh, Jr. Andrew Young School of Policy Studies Georgia State University 2010 FEMA.

in Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance, Hawaii) Natural Hazards: An International Journal of Hazards Research & Prevention Natural Hazards: An International Journal of Hazards Research & Prevention Natural Hazards Review (Natural Hazards Center, University of Colorado) Natural Hazards Review (Natural Hazards Center, University of Colorado) Course Requirements: Two examinations -- a midterm and a final Two examinations -- a midterm and a final Research project Research project Class/

An Overview Information Security Group Business Continuity Management.

Mar-09 2 Client Confidential | Tech Mahindra Limited 2009 Philosophy of Business Continuity Management Organization Structure Command Matrix Disaster Management Flow Project Initiation & BCM Continuity Action Plan Documentation Roles & Responsibilities Project In-life Monitoring & Control Project DR Drills BCP/DR Posture for Projects Alignment with BS 25999:2007 Company Confidential 3 BS 25999, the Standard  BS 25999 is British Standard Institutes standard in the field of Business/

Mainstreaming Climate Change into Disaster Risk Reduction Programme and Plan of Action for the Caribbean 5 th Caribbean Conference on Comprehensive Disaster.

Bay, Jamaica 6 th – 10 th December, 2010 Dr. Adrian Cashman Chair Climate Change and Disaster Management Working Group (CCDM- WG) PRESENTATION OVERVIEW 1.Caribbean Hazard and Vulnerability Context 2.Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction 3.Mainstreaming Climate Change into Disaster Risk Management for the Caribbean Region (CCDM) Project – Model Programme and Plan of Action 4.Next Steps and Take Home Messages 2 3/


the environment. SOME DEFINITIONS IN DISASTERS (4) DISASTER REDUCTION DISASTER REDUCTION encompasses actions “before”, “during” and “after” encompasses actions “before”, “during” and “after” Actions (programmes, project) with the objective of reducing / but requires sustainability criteria both in terms of natural resources and human intervention. SOME DEFINITIONS IN DISASTERS (6) DISASTER MANAGEMENT DISASTER MANAGEMENT actions to be carried “during” and the immediate (short-term) “after” actions to be/

UNDP role in Emergency Response and Risk Reduction in the Caribbean during 2004 Dr David Smith, Programme Specialist, Environment & Disaster Management,

Strengthening the search and rescue capabilities of CDERA Caribbean Regional Seminar on The Use of Information Technology in Comprehensive Disaster Management (CDM project) Doppler Radar Project, 2003-2004 (DIPECHO/CRMI project implemented in Jamaica, Haiti, DR) IWCAM project with UNEP and CEHI Developmental approaches to reducing vulnerability National Community-based Disaster Management Projects (2001- 2005) Capacity building Pilot Flood Early Warning Systems Support implementation of National Plan for/

JAXA’s Earth Observation Activities for Disaster Management Hiromichi FUKUI JAXA/Keio University WGISS21 Meeting in Budapest.

Ocean countries on December 26, 2004 The time was drastically getting ripe to construct Disaster Risk Management System in the Asia-Pacific Region The time was drastically getting ripe to construct Disaster Risk Management System in the Asia-Pacific Region Step 1: ‘Sentinel-Asia’ pilot project: A Satellite Information Distribution Network for Disaster Management over Asia–Pacific region The APRSAF (Asia-Pacific Regional Space Agency Forum) -11/

“making humanitarian action accountable to beneficiaries” HAP 2007 Humanitarian Accountability and Quality Management Standard.

for monitoring standards of relief delivery  e.g. Benchmark 2 People in Aid Code of Good Practice - management tool to enhance the quality of human resources management Social audits verify adherence to the code  e.g. Benchmark 4 Sphere Project Technical standards and a humanitarian charter in disaster response, to improve the quality and accountability of performance by humanitarian professionals  e.g. Benchmarks, 2/

Public and Private Investment at Local Level on Technology Response to Disaster CHEONG, Tae Sung Senior Researcher, National Disaster Management Institute.

amount is USD 427,300Million Cyber terrorismFoodsNatural DisasterNuclear SafetyPandemicsEnvironment 9 / 37 With Unmanaged Investment Performance  It is not an integrated or a cooperated to disaster risk management projects with limited budget  2 Ministries and 4 Agencies are performing their own projects for DRM RDA : Rural Development Administration MOLIT : Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport KMA : Korea Meteorological Administration NPSS : National Public Security and Safety/

Disaster Health Information Training Collaboration Project in Idaho 1 Ruiling Guo, DHA, MPH, MLIS, AHIP, Associate Professor Health Care Administration.

of Medicine under Contract No. HHS-N-276- 2014-00633-P. Acknowledgements  We want to thank the National Libraries of Medicine Disaster Health Information Management Center and its wonderful staff, Ms. Elizabeth Norton, and her colleagues for the great support in our project.  We thank our partners from eight counties for participating in our training program.  Our thanks also go to ISU Office/

Disaster Preparedness and Prevention Initiative for South Eastern Europe DPPI SEE Seminar on Strengthening Cooperation with Candidate Countries and Western.

in 2008 DPPI SEE High Level Ministerial Meeting 9 th April 2008, Sofia, Bulgaria, DPPI SEE Projects During previous years, the DPPI SEE member countries and DPPI SEE partners have initiated, developed and implemented various project proposals. On-going project facilitation: Regional Project: Disaster Management Training Project 2008 Project Overview: the project is prepared on the basis of needs, interest and training capacities of the SEE countries. The main/

SCOPE OF PRESENTATION I. What is a Disaster ? According to RA 10121, a "Disaster" is a serious disruption of the functioning of a community or a society.

disaster operations centers 4.Development of tools  DRRM and CCA mainstreaming in the national and local-level planning, DANA and Post-DANA; Psychosocial concerns 5.Establishment of  DRRM Training Institutes; End-to-End local flood early warning systems through integrated and sustainable management river basins and water sheds; local DRRM Councils and Offices and their operations centers Priority Programs and Projects/6.Adaptation and Risk Financing 7.Disaster Management Assistance Fund (DMAF) RESOURCE /


Response. The ACS has a regional agreement for co- operation in the management of natural disasters. Countries are working to develop co- operation projects in natural disaster preparedness and response. The ACS has a regional agreement for co- operation in the management of natural disasters. Countries are working to develop co- operation projects in natural disaster preparedness and response. This Special Committees meet at least once a year/

Public Assistance Program (Overview) Washington State Emergency Management Division.

-- Parks-- Telecommunications -- Solid Waste-- River Revetments -- Buildings-- Fairgrounds Your Role following a disaster Contact your county emergency managers Prepare a list of your damages by site ID your primary contact person knowledgeable about damages At the start of the disaster response and recovery, be able to track all costs separately by project including consultant costs and administrative costs Maintain all documentation to support costs/


OF DISASTERS20 Some definitions in disasters (4) Disaster Reduction Disaster Reduction Encompasses actions “before”, “during” and “after” Encompasses actions “before”, “during” and “after” Actions (programmes, project) with the objective of reducing/terms of natural resources and human intervention. ECLAC HANDBOOK FOR ESTIMATING EFFECTS OF DISASTERS22 Some definitions in disasters (6) Disaster Management Disaster Management Actions to be carried “during” and the immediate (short- term) “after” Actions to be/

Post-Georges Disaster Mitigation Post-Georges Disaster Mitigation in St. Kitts and Nevis Funded by a special appropriation by the U.S. Congress to countries.

. Congress to countries affected by Hurricanes Georges and Mitch, through USAID/Jamaica http://www.oas.org/pgdm Post-Georges Disaster Mitigation http://www.oas.org/pgdm Roundtable Objectives OAS hazard mitigation philosophy Introduce Post-Georges Disaster Mitigation project Design local project management arrangements Draft a project agreement between the OAS and the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis Outline draft workplan for start-up period Post/

Methodological considerations of disaster damage assessment World Bank/ECLAC Workshop on Natural Disaster Evaluation René A. Hernández Washington, D.C.

(3-5 years or more) Based on input-output tables, SAMs or sector weighing factors, determine the projection of damages of one sector to the others A damage scenario is built (taking into account the measured /a conservation policy per-se but requires sustainability criteria both in terms of natural resources and human intervention. SOME DEFINITIONS IN DISASTERS (6) DISASTER MANAGEMENT DISASTER MANAGEMENT actions to be carried “during” and the immediate (short- term) “after” actions to be carried “during” and/


of the Centre was appointed on 1 May 2006 in terms of section 10 of the Disaster Management Act. 11.A fully operational Disaster Management Centre was established on 1 May 2006 in terms of section 8 of the Disaster Management Act. 12.The Provincial Disaster Management Committee was operationalised. 13.The Pilot Project in the Eastern Cape has been completed and demonstrated to the rest of the provinces/

Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management Sam Walton: Disaster Assistance Program Manager Public Assistance (PA)/Individual Assistance (IA)

Management O &M Budget No Event O & M Disaster Costs You Disaster Event You 2015 Sockeye Fire Willow, AK Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management O &M Budget Post Event O & M Disaster Costs You Disaster Event You Disaster Costs Disaster /a self-insurance plan. Insurance State PA Staffing 7 Full Time State Staff 12 Federal Disasters 16 State Disasters 468 active restoration projects $140M in current estimates $50M in disbursements annually Reimbursements based on programmatic eligibility (not/

Toward Resilience A Guide to Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation Marilise turnbull, charlotte L. Sterrett, amy hilleboe Presented by.

women’s empowerment, in particular their participation in decision-making in formal as well as in informal political structures. The gender equity approach will be integrated into the programme the project management cycle. Disaster Risk Reduction Programme in Bangladesh (contd)..  Exchange of experiences with other South Asian countries: SDC will contribute to and facilitate the regional (in particular countries on the southern slopes/

Project Risk Management SESW 108: Program Development and Management Dr. Kazi Abdur Rouf Instructor Settlement Services Worker Certificate Social Service.

responsibility for developing and implementing the disaster recovery plan should be assigned to a particular manager as part of the organization’s risk management. Risk Management Responsibility General Manager Disaster Recovery Manager Civil ManagerMechanical Manager Electrical Manager PM-1 PM-2 F u n c ti o n a l R is k Project Risk External Risk Risk Management Integrated Project Risk Quality Scope Time Cost Project Management Integration Information Communications Human Resources Contract/

Turin, 23-27 Nov 2009ToT on Integrating DRR into the CCA UNDAF1 Training of Trainers on Integrating Disaster Risk Reduction into the CCA and UNDAF Training.

things right?  Systematic, periodic  During and after programme implementation  Judgement of merit, value or worth of a programme/project  Compared to evaluation criteria (relevance, effectiveness, impact)  For decision-making about future programmes  Accountability for results  /Performance Achievement At end of period Target Planned Level of Achievement Your turn… 183 National Disaster Management Plan developed and operational Capacities of the government authorities at the local level enhanced 4 /

2016 FEMA Non-Disaster Grant Briefing March 15, 2016 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM Tom Hughes – PEMA SHMO Ernie Szabo – PEMA HM Planner Julie Yu – Non-Disaster HM.

-funding/funding-and-program- finder HUD Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) HUD CDBG-DR [Declared Disaster and if authorized by Congress] Small Business Administration (SBA) Disaster Loans PA Silver Jackets Funding Guide http://silverjackets.nfrmp.us/State-Teams/Pennsylvania Contact Information Julie Yu, PEMA ND Hazard Mitigation Project Manager (717) 651-2142 or juyu@pa.govjuyu@pa.gov Ernie Szabo, PEMA Hazard Mitigation Planner/

Integrating Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation in Coastal Zone Management Policy and Practice : Case Study of Jamaica Regional Policy.

Necessary Dispelling the Myth regarding disconnect between Climate Change, DRR and Development Planning Promoting relocation of vulnerable populations Multi-Hazard Mapping for Coastal Towns Prepared by Ronald Jackson7 OFFICE OF DISASTER PREPAREDNESS AND EMEREGENCY MANAGEMENT Project Interventions To Date or In Gestation Adaptation Planning is the main area of focus to address climate change and variability. Key interventions to date are: MACC/

Open Information System for Disaster Management (OpenISDM) 1 Virtual Disaster Management Information Repository and.

and preparedness using LOD, Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing. [6] A. Schulz, et al., Integrating process management and LOD to improve decision making in disaster management. [7] LOD2 Project, http://lod2.eu/WikiArticle/Project.html [8] SIMILE Project, http://simile.mit.edu/ [9] M. Martin and M. Kaltenbock, 2012, The Open Government Data Stakeholder Survey. [10] Berners-Lee,T.,Designissues:LinkedData, http://www.w3/

Natural Hazard Prevention and Management in the wider Black Sea area: the “SciNetNatHaz” Project Papatheodorou Konstantinos 1, Klimis Nikolaos 2, Basil.

-economic aspects of floods from rivers, estuaries and the sea. Regional Strategy for Disaster Prevention - CivPro. The “FLINKMAN” project : development of a suitable framework through the preparation of a flood management plan. Project SEE/A/118/2.2/X: Practical Use of MONITORing in Natural Disaster ManagementProject “MONITOR II”: improve communication among Disaster Management Experts. Project FLAPP – Flood Prevention in Border Areas Flood warning system establishment in Arda river/

巨量開放資料與互聯網防備災架構 PI: 何建明 (Jan-Ming Ho) 中央研究院資訊科學研究所及資訊科技創新研究中心 DRBoaST Presenter: 張韻詩 (Jane W. S. Liu) 中央研究院資訊科學研究所及資訊科技創新研究中心 Disaster Resilience through.

the foundation established by Project OpenISDM (Open Info. Sys. for Disaster Management) Sub-Project Names Main Project : DRBoast Sub-project 1: SIDiRC Strategies and Information for Disaster Resilient Communities Sub-Project 2: RTEIC Real-Time Earthquake Information Cloud for Disaster Preparedness and Response Sub-Project 3: DiSRC Disaster Scenario and Record Capture – Authoring Technologies Sub-Project 4: ADiPLE Active, Disaster Prepared Smart Living Environment Sub-Project 5:CSAI Crowdsourcing Situation/

Brunei Darussalam Lao PDR Indonesia Malaysia Myanmar Philippines Singapore Thailand Viet Nam Cambodia ASEAN Committee on Disaster Management JOINT MEETING.

agencies and international organisations 5.Public Education, Awareness and Advocacy 5.1.ASEAN Day for Disaster Management 5.2.Integration of DM in School Curriculum 5.3.Enhanced DM Public Education and Awareness Projects 5.4.Mainstreaming DM into Member Countries’ Development Plans 5.1. ASEAN Day for Disaster Management Lead shepherd country: Thailand Highlights: Various activities were conducted by ASEAN Member Countries to celebrate/

Roles and Responsibility National Disaster Operations Centre

ministry is as follows: Special Programme policies Arid and Semi Arid Lands Resource Management Projects (ALRMP) Coordination of Disaster Risk Reduction Programmes Coordination of campaign against HIV/AIDS Disaster and emergency response coordination National Disaster Operations Centre (NOC) Established on 21 January 1998 following the adverse effects of El Nino rains. Coordinates disaster management in the country. Manned by officers drawn from various Ministries/Departments of the/

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